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VBA Look not working correctly in Excel

Posted on 2014-03-04
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If you open my attached file and click the [Update] button, you'll see I'm attempting to apply a sum below the last row of each table in a worksheet.

I'm using a defined name range so the procedure knows which worksheets to select.

The code is running like expected, but it's running 3 times.  I only want it to run once.  Any idea on what changes I need to make?  Thanks for you help!
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Change

=dataDistricts!$A$2:INDEX(dataDistricts!$1:$50;MATCH("ZZZZZZZZZZZZ"; dataDistricts!$A:$A);3)

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=dataDistricts!$A$2:INDEX(dataDistricts!$1:$50,MATCH("ZZZZZZZZZZZZ", dataDistricts!$A:$A),1)

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EDIT

You are getting A2:C5 instead of A2:A5

Regards
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by:KP_SoCal
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Excellent!  Thanks so much for your help!!
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